The Dutch government and Dutch society failed to realize the country had moved from consuming drugs to producing them, and on a global scale.
Nadette De Visser, the author of Jeruzalem/Quds, writes from Amsterdam about issues of culture and conflict.
There’s no question the folks living in makeshift rooms below a remote farmhouse in the Dutch Bible Belt were odd. But the depths of their weirdness have yet to be plumbed.
Saif ul Malook fought to keep Pakistan from hanging a Christian woman accused of insulting the Prophet Mohammed. He won. But now she—and he—are in fear for their lives.
As Mosul falls and Raqqa comes under attack, European jihadists have decided they don’t really love death more than their enemies love life. But… nobody wants them back.
North of what will possibly be Marine le Pen’s France, another right wing populist is making a serious bid to rule the Netherlands.
It’s been more than four years since the Canadian teenager was driven to suicide. But now in a Dutch court it looks like justice will be done.